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Friday, May 17, 2013

Touch Tax Mobile App

The Touch Tax Mobile (Tax Deskbook App), by Com-Lab Mobile, provides tax students and attorneys convenient offline access to the entire Internal Revenue Code  as well as all of the Treasury Regulations. The Internal Revenue Bulletins (which have Revenue  Rulings and Procedures, Announcements, and Notices) are available from July 7, 2003, with the option of linking to the PDF copy of each issue from the IRS's website. This app is currently available for Apple and Android devices as well as the Blackberry Playbook tablet with the costs ranging from $0.99 to $5.99, depending on your device. The statutes and regulations are current through April 2012, which is consistent with the selected tax statutes and regs. that are in the supplements required for tax law courses. Users can browse the primary tax sources and use the basic keyword search feature as well as obtain a list of regulations related to particular code sections.

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